Primary Physical Education Support

At SSG we have been supported physical education in primary schools since our inception. We have a range of specialist personnel who have a deep understanding of primary school needs, curriculum, teaching and learning methods including differentiation and inclusion, assessment and cross-curricular opportunities.



We have a small, specialist team of delivery staff who are available to support schools with their curriculum PE delivery. Our team can deliver independently across all elements of the curriculum to provide specialist primary physical education support.

Staff Support & Training

Members of our senior team can be booked to work alongside school staff in practical curriculum PE delivery and/or delivery specific CPD workshops to assist in their development of PE teaching. 

We provide a range of CPD workshops which will enhance practical knowledge and confidence.

Speak to us about your school’s needs and we will match these with one of our existing workshops or create a bespoke training session tailored to your institution. 


Our curriculum PE delivery is available for a term or for an entire academic year, across years 1 to 6.
SSG staff are deployed to deliver curriculum modules they have qualifications and experience within. They are supported by leadership with teaching qualifications and all SSG primary PE approved staff take par tin extensive internal training and development.

All SSG staff have full DBS certificate, safeguarding, prevent, ethnicity & diversity, health & safety and SEND inclusion training.
All curriculum PE includes full lesson planning in line with your curriculum PE offer and support around pupil assessment.
SSG can support schools with specialist equipment where they wish to deliver activity modules, they don’t have their own equipment for.
The minimum would be a three-hour block per week for a term. We have no maximum level of support we can provide and can supply multiple staff members if required.
For us to quote a price for your activity we will need you to provide us with a few details – CLICK HERE


The introduction of the 2019 Education Inspection Framework means schools are being asked to place a greater emphasis on a knowledge-rich curriculum. Pupils must be challenged and stretched within the schools’ curricula and each school must also be aware of the health (physical & mental) and well-being of each child.